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    Buda, TX USA
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    Flight sims, airshows, cigars, computers, pyramids

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  1. Thanks, Vader2... I can't claim any of the work, though. The 924th was my Dad's unit and all I did was provide some photos. The work was done by Tiwaz (original template) and CowboyK (adaptation). Cheers!
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    This is an F-4E skin make by CowboyK using Tiwaz's template . It sports the markings of the 924th's Flagship aircraft. The scheme is a modified Air Superiority gray common to F-4D's and E's in AFRES.
  3. http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autom...ode=sst&id=6047 File Name: 924thTFG Outlaws (alternate), Bergstrom AFB, TX File Submitter: rabid_raptor File Submitted: 18 Feb 2008 File Category: F-4 File Version: 1 Website: http://www.geocities.com/rabid_raptor/ This is an F-4E skin make by CowboyK using Tiwaz's template . It sports the markings of the 924th's Flagship aircraft. The scheme is a modified Air Superiority gray common to F-4D's and E's in AFRES. Click here to download this file
  4. Version

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    This F-4E paint scheme was created by Tiwaz and decals were done by CowboyK . It represents the markings of the 704th TFS, 924th Tactical Fighter Group stationed at Bergstrom AFB, Austin TX during the 1980's.
  5. http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autom...ode=sst&id=6046 File Name: 924thTFG Outlaws, Bergstrom AFB, TX File Submitter: rabid_raptor File Submitted: 18 Feb 2008 File Category: F-4 File Version: 1 Website: http://www.geocities.com/rabid_raptor/ This F-4E paint scheme was created by Tiwaz and decals were done by CowboyK . It represents the markings of the 704th TFS, 924th Tactical Fighter Group stationed at Bergstrom AFB, Austin TX during the 1980's. Click here to download this file
  6. Photos posted - update...

    Thanks, Boom. Amazingly enough, I needed only one. I bought a 1GB SD card at Best Buy for $29 and had room to spare. I was also surprised at the number of photos I managed to pull off with a single set of batteries. At 6 MP, 1200x1600 in superfine resolution with flash and lcd active, I managed 380 shots before I had to change batteries.
  7. Photos posted - update...

    Thanks, Gerald. Since this was my first trip, I couldn't tell what has been added, nor when. Feedback from others suggests that they've made significant changes in recent years (including the addition of the 'Cold War' hangar as a separate exhibit). The numbers I saw showed that they have more than 300 aircraft in the collection, over 180 of which are on display. Also, old pictures I've seen suggest they move things around occasionally.
  8. Photos posted - update...

    These are 1600x1200... taken with a Canon Powershot A540. No contact sheet is available yet, but if you see one you like here (half size, not the full collection), look for the corresponding file name. I've appended the aircraft description to the file name on the full size shots. Enjoy! Files are here. UPDATE: Image Indexes are posted in the respective folders. Alternatively, for easy viewing, they are here, as well. Early Years - Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3 Cold War - Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3 - Page 4 Modern - Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3 Experimental - Page 1 - Page 2 Presidential - Page 1 Since I haven't been able to offer much to this talented community, I wanted to at least share these images. Cheers!
  9. As much of an aviation buff as I am, I had never considered that there was ever any competition for the A-10's design (need identified, airplane built, need filled, right? Wrong) I'm sure others here are familiar with the history, but I wasn't aware of the competing design. Here is a set of photos of the YA-9, the principal competition for the A-10's line of work when the need was identified. I gotta wonder what kind of tank killer it would have been.
  10. Found this on alt.binaries.pictures.aviation. A definite eye-catcher. Wild F-16 paint job
  11. No sense in letting good help go to waste... those folks on alt.binaries.pictures.aviation are quite helpful...
  12. I exhausted all my Internet sleuth skills on this one and came up with nuts. However, I've posted a request for help on alt.binaries.pictures.aviation, so hopefully, someone out there's got something that'll work.
  13. Very nice! I love the shadowed effect... makes 'em look like they're there for the taking!
  14. Oh, YEAH!!! With the utmost respect for all projects previously undertaken and released, NOW WE'RE TALKIN'!!!!!
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